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Then we have the HTPC - Phobya Water mATX Case Black Edition


The first really purely designed for water cooling housing Phobya WaCoolT mATX Case Black one!

The manufacturer Phobya is a luminary in the field of water cooling and modding. So it was only a matter of time until the series of different models, manufacturers do not meet the requirements of the manufacturing consortium. We developed a basic concept of modular design which constantly adapted according to customer requirements and evolving.

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The housings are made ​​of 1.5 mm thick steel and therefore extremely durable, which is frequent in the water cooling conversion extremely beneficial. Each of the black powder-coated parts, ie, front & rear, interior, side panels, everything can be removed and remounted. No rivets fastened with M4 screws everything! This allows modders a new dimension of a housing modification.
But not only are case modders in this system have their fun. These cases are just the beginning, because all parts can be replaced according to your wishes. It may be a side panel with Plexi, the lid should be a different radiator installed, the back should be equipped with 2 power supplies, all of these optional components are available from the manufacturer as soon Phobya commercially.
Individually, the front! Supplied have been omitted on purpose to push buttons or switches. Each two 19mm holes for it. These are optimized for the variety of commercially available switches. Who swears to quality is also suitable probe of Phobya. Of course there'll be too different front options to make this in the future can be as individual as possible.

The case is in spite of the completely modular design.

Water cooling is the issue that was brought in these types of housing in the focus. Thus, hose and cable penetrations were optimised. All rubber holes for hoses and cables can be removed to install there Fillport, 19mm Lochbohrgung. Different radiator, reservoir and pump assembly devices are integrated. This case is the first of its kind in as much detail what vervollkommned on water cooling! peculiarities of Phobya WaCoolT mATX Case Black housing 1: radiator or fan assembly: Rear: 1x 120mm cover: 1x 240mm -Fillport: 2x rear, 19mm opening 1x top, 19mm hole mounting device pumps: internally, right side, above the motherboard M4 threaded holes compatibility: eg Laing, Laing D5, Eheim 1046 (HPPS, Aqua Stream, Watercool 12V), Eheim 1048, Magicool 12V, Phobya DC 260 and DC 400 EK-DCP and 2.2 DCP 4.0 -reservoir internally, right side, above the motherboard lying tubes 4x Slotin -ON/OFF and reset the left and right in front of the 19mm hole size mainboard compatibility: htpc, mATX (Micro ATX) graphics types of length up to 370mm -feet decouple the housing -4x 5.25 "drive bays with three front-panel -4x 3.5 "drive bays , 1x power supply slot, length up to 370mm

Technical details:
Material: Steel
Color: black powder coated
Dimensions (L x W x H): 383 x 353 x 223mm
Weight: 9240g

A multilingual, illustrated assembly instructions can be found here. (To follow)

1x Phobya WaCoolT mATX Case Black one!
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Most Recent Comments

02-01-2012, 07:40:19

Is Hyper PI a good stress program (maybe comes a bit close to FAH) ?
of course I KNOW it IS F@H that is the best stress tester B) but i am in the middel of a WU and want to get to start overclocking again !
and of course don't lose the WU...

2800Mhz and BIGadv is meh :)

Sorry for these questions, but its a bit of a long time ago, i did overclocking/folding....

thanks for reading, Ray.......

02-01-2012, 08:25:50

I think linpack linx is the next to [email="f@h"]f@h[/email] when stability testing.
When you have your OC linx-stable,add a nudge or two to vcore,that should be [email="f@h-stable"]f@h-stable[/email].

02-01-2012, 08:46:54



Thanks for the fast answer mate, will download and use them B)
but i must be honest, i couldn't wait and started Folding at 3400Mhz, (for now) climbing later...

i forgot i could just copy paste the work folder :wub:

Greetings Ray.......

02-01-2012, 08:52:25

Yeah,its more fun to know that your system is folding at the best speed.:D

02-01-2012, 11:30:49

Playing with the overclock on my rig at the moment as well. Strangely, this 3930k seems to fold better at 4.2 than at 4.4.

That said, I could be being a complete n00b. Either CPU-Z isn't reporting voltage properly, or I'm getting massive VDroop (1.355v set, CPU-Z reports 1.296 :confused:)

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